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Lana Del Rey's influence in the fashion world rages on, most recently in the form of, why not, nail tips. The singer’s 1950s-inspired manicures have in turn inspired Nail Rock to launch a line of limited-edition series of “Lake Placid” designs, named after Del Rey's hometown. Each one is made to resemble one of the singer's favorite nail looks, such as the crimson-and-nude tips with the slim gold V painted across their surface that she frequently wears in concert. You can get them starting today at NailRock.com, and wear them with your Del Rey-inspired sunglasses and handbags for the rest of the season. [Vogue]